Being wrong


Being wrong is a brave thing to admit to.

It takes courage.

Most of us have grown up in the ‘black and white’ world of being right is a win and being wrong is for losers.

It is almost like a badge of honour to win an argument, it is how or worthiness can be measured. It’s often how people feel superior to others.

To admit that you were wrong is hugely liberating, as you release the massive pressure attached to always having to be right in order to feel worthy.

It’s simply a question of unlearning in order to be free.

Some days


Some days are a blur, for many, whole weeks, months or even a lifetime.

We’re in another world or just not tuned in.

Often, that is because we believe being almost frantically busy is good.

We have subscribed to the myth that busy and ‘achieving’ things, even if most of them we don’t know why we are doing, equates to success. Ultimately we believe it will make us worthy.

Worthiness and success are not related to achievement.

Busy is often a good way of avoiding something and not dealing with what matters. ‘I have no time for that’.

The key to happiness is to cherish life and the moments that matter, it is to do less, and that means carefully choosing what matters.

Focus only on what matters, what you will remember with real fondness at the end of the journey.

Take your time to enjoy each step of your life.